Medications Could Benefit Men With Nonorganic ED
Testicular Implants: Study Investigates Outcomes for Transgender Men
Men with nonorganic erectile dysfunction (ED) generally have normal hormone levels, normal vascular assessments, and no organic ED risk factors.
To what extent might pharmacotherapy help them?
This question is addressed in our website's latest research summary.
"An Evaluation of a Clinical Care Pathway for the Management of Men With Nonorganic Erectile Dysfunction" was published online in the Journal of Sexual Medicine in August 2019.
Please click here to see the summary.
New VJPU Video Focuses on "Punch Technique"
During gender affirmation surgery, transgender men may opt for the implantation of testicular prostheses. Surgical techniques have changed over the years.
A recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study discussed three of these techniques and their outcomes in 206 transgender men who received implants between 1992 and 2018.
“Our data suggest that testicular prosthesis implantation is a safe procedure with acceptable complication rates, which can be performed in an outpatient setting and in combination with other surgical (genital) procedures,” the authors wrote.
More details on the study are available here.
The latest video added to the Video Journal of Prosthetic Urology (VJPU) is "'Punch Technique' for Trans-Corporal Excavation of Peyronie’s Plaques upon Penile Prosthesis Implantation."
The video was produced by Prof. Osama Shaeer of Cairo University in Egypt.
Check it out here!